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What does the High Priestess card mean?

Here is a pithy meaning for the High Priestess card:
Every question has two answers: a worldly one and a spiritual one.

This pithy meaning indicates that it is also important to consider these questions: 55 more words

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Five of Wands

Five of Wands: The spanner in the works

The Five of Wands brings disruption. It predicts no disasters, just annoying problems, interruptions and frustrations that usually require conscious effort to resolve. 183 more words

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What does the Hierophant mean?

Here is a pithy meaning for the Hierophant:
“Doubt isn’t the opposite of faith; it is an element of faith.” ― Paul Tillich

This quote may seem counterintuitive, but what follows is another way of expressing this sentiment that might shed some light on it: 63 more words

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II. The Popess

Also known as The High Priestess, The Female Pope, The Papess, La Papesse, La Papessa

In readings I see this card as a representation of the legend of… 228 more words

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What does the Two of Swords mean?

A couple of days ago I posted a “Conversational Tarot” article about the Two of SwordsMy conversational Tarot articles are intended to show how a card can stimulate an interesting, though-provoking discussion, often on a philosophical topic. 154 more words

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What does the Page of Swords mean?

Here is a pithy meaning for the Page of Swords:
“Curiosity about life in all of its aspects, I think, is still the secret of great creative people.” — Leo Burnett… 37 more words

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